Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014
Mar 13th - Just a quick note for those of you on the lookout for Verizon's version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 -- the device is now available for sale. You'll be sent on your way with your new tablet after a $700 purchase, though you can knock $100 off that price after signing a two-year contract for a limited time only.
Sep 26th - Samsung has finally announced US availability details for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 - 2014 Edition. You can expect it to launch October 10th, with Samsung beginning to accept pre-orders beginning at midnight tonight.
Sep 7th - After Paul Stamatiou (a designer at the Twitter) wrote his Android is Better blog-post, I was hoping to see more love from them for their app. Thankfully, they've responded.
Sep 4th - Who said Samsung was only coming to IFA with a smart watch and a Note 3? The company has also unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition. This tablet, like the Note 3, will house different chipsets depending on which market you get it in. Some will get the 2.3GHz quad-core chipset (likely Qualcomm-based), […]
Oct 25th - How funny would it be if there was a guy out there that closely followed candy trends, but has no idea about Android? All of a sudden the amount of searches for "lollipop" go through the roof. "Lollipops are going to be so hot this year!"
Oct 24th - First Chrome then Android, now Sundar Pichai is reportedly looking at a new role as head of Google products. Congrats!
Oct 24th - Is that a phablet in your pocket or are you just happy to see me? Yes, we’ll answer that question today in our weekly roundup of the very best Android Forums has to offer. Would you read on if I told you there might be an Inbox invite waiting for you?
Oct 24th - Earlier this week we watched as Google unveiled Inbox by Gmail, their radically new take on electronic mail. After launching the app in the Google Play Store, they're now making one available for Chrome. Well, sorta.
Oct 24th - U.S. Cellular has announced availability for the LG G Pad7.0 LTE. You'll be able to get the data-connected tablet for $99 on a new two-year contract, and should be able to find it both in-store and online. The G3 is also coming in at that same price point.